Former Kotoko Striker Mark Adu Amofah Quits Football To Join The US Army

Former Ghana under 20 and Kumasi Asante Kotoko striker, Mark Adu Amofah has hang up his football boots for the army and has been enlisted in the United States Army

The 34 year old after hanging up his boots relocated to the United States and has now been enlisted into the US Army after meeting all necessary requirements, test, drills and background checks.

He enjoyed a football playing career representing Ghana in the under 20s and making appearances for both Ghana Premier League side Kumasi Asante Kotoko and Real Sportive in Ghana. Mark Adu Amofah boast the record of 21 goals in 29 appearances for the porcupine warriors

Football took Mark Adu Amofah to South Africa, where he made appearances for South African side Bloemfontein Celtic before moving to Europe, where he played for Danish club Sinderskye and Beitar Ramla, an Israeli team

The last team he played for before hanging up his football boots was for Bharani football club Sitra, in 2014

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